Grateful Dead Live at Frost Amphitheatre on 1982-10-10
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
SBD:MCass>(?)DAT>CD>EAC>SHN; transfer by David Hollister; via Josh Ayers; known flaws: small cut in Crazy Fingers, momentary "blip" during Saint, cut in Drums (tape flip), momentary dropout during The Wheel, the very end of Sunshine Daydream is cut; note problem with d3 on etree, fixed version up by 12/3 via Darrin Sacks (old md5s shown here?)
- 2004-06-20 16:43:11
- Palo Alto, CA
- Frost Amphitheatre
Subject: Wow. great Saint of Circumstance.
Subject: LLR and China Cat
And Bob gets big credit for stringing out the China Cat. Jerry gives him the all clear to the open key patented rhythm but instead Bob comes down w hard chords and a vicious cross mash up, one more time around that has Phil thumping in, and Jerry just nailing it to the wall.
Subject: LL Rain
Subject: What else can be said
Subject: cloud of dust
Subject: Speed is wrong in this version
Subject: Tea for California
and my review in two words = More Dead.
Subject: Just started the first set
Subject: great 82
I'd rate the playing of this show 4.8/5 in the context of 1982. & 4.2/5 based on all years
Subject: daily jam.
Subject: BEST WHEEL EVER
Subject: sunshine dd! is greatness!
Subject: Top 10 Brent era
Get the matrix of this show and listen on some quality headphones. It just sparkles from end to end.
If I listed the songs that raged I would list the entire set list. worth a listen!!!
Subject: An exhausting, thunderous epic -
Set one - note-perfect, flawless, masterful (though I really can't deal with "Far From Me"...)
Set two - one gigantic, full-fledged suite that has Bobby out on the outer fringes of Weirdsville - be warned if you're one of those that can't take his '82 pseudo-rock-star hamming...
Try one of those Charlie Miller 24-bit remasters - I think 110783 is the latest.
Subject: Love the dead
Subject: so many highlights...
Subject: Very solid...
Subject: solid and average
great to hear the boyz..
Subject: hitting stride
Subject: 25th Anniversary of a Splendid Show
i had a real sweet audience tape of this with real swishy and echo-y hi-hat(s)... superb to hear a SB version of this show.. a must-have for any Brent-era enthusiast... the segues are all seemless and brilliant, they basically don't stop playing the entire 2nd set!
i think this show and St. Paul 8-6-82(?) are my two favorite 82 shows...
this is 5-star territory.
Subject: Where's the FOB?
Subject: They're messin' with me man!!!
Subject: dig it
revise: to Bonk...concur about the LLR. Tied for my fav all time with hartford 4/88.
also, many stake claim to the Dean smith center show in 93 having the best Fingers. I say it's right here. Don't know if they ever segued into Sailor from fingers before but the journey is sweet
Subject: oh my goodness
5 stars for that duo alone. not to mention the rest of the show is sick....
Subject: Was Just After I Stopped Attending
Subject: Just exactly perfect
Subject: Great Run
Subject: Great Run
Subject: Classic frost show
Subject: What happened the Aud source?
Notes from Taper, Rango Keshavan
Sony ECM 220T > Sony D5 no dolby (Maxell Metals).
It's basically my master aud, played back on a NAK DR1 using Azimuth adjustment to get the sound just right, to a Sony
PCMR500 48KHz SBM on digital transfer. The CD transfer was done by Ziggy (who, BTW, is JIGGY), with no sound
Subject: Scream & twist & beg & cry!
Subject: subjective slippery slope.
Subject: Tennessee Jed 10-10-1982
Subject: one of the better shows of the 80,s
Subject: forget what you may have heard
Subject: 10.10---all that needs to be said.
Subject: Not that I've listened to hundreds and hundreds of shows
Compared to later shows, the voices are prime, and Jerry's playing is excellent. The sound quality for this show is great too. I can understand why so many feel this is a diamond in the rough. One of the best Dead shows I've heard.
Subject: Wonder Where You Were For the 2nd Set
.....I don't know, I think it's pretty amazing music.
Subject: One Set Wonder
IMHO the second set is a huge let down from the first set, but maybe they just blew their load on the first set. No complaints from me. I love those tight 82 shows. The Boys are in fine form for this smoker. Get the first set if you wanna hear some smoking Dead. Im gonna make believe the second set doesnt exist and give this one five stars for the first set.
Mandatory Listening (First Set)
Subject: One Of The Best Dead Frost Runs
Subject: L.L.RAIN,IT'S ALL OVER NOW!!!!!!!!!!
Subject: Space Shot
This omission is much more substantial than the tape flip mentioned in the notes. Is a file missing, perhaps? If anyone can provide a complete version of this show it would be a valuable addition to the archive.
To archive.org: you guys are awesome! Keep up the good work.
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